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Heat Emergency – Animal Welfare League needs your help!

July 1, 2011 by Stephanie Krol in Chicago, Home with 0 Comments

Destroyed AC Unit at Animal Welfare League ChicagoPet People:

As Chicago braces for a heat wave this weekend, the unthinkable has happened to the Animal Welfare League, an open admission shelter in the city that turns no animal away. Vandals broke one of the big air conditioning units and damaged the other. The vandals also stole the copper pipping and coils from the units.

They need relief from the heat ASAP!This location of the Animal Welfare League alone takes in over 5,000 abandoned, neglected and abused animals a year. They have been serving the community for more than 70 years now and due to the economy has been facing hard economic times to keep up with the overwhelming numbers of animals in need coming to the facility. Rescue group Trio Animal Foundation is assisting the Animal Welfare League on this emergency situation to keep up with the dire situation.

The other AC unit that might be able to be repaired will cost an estimated $20,000 to fix…simply not affordable on these two groups small budget for all the do to help unwanted animals.

An emergency AC/Security Fund is being set up from the Trio Animal Foundation to help the Animal Welfare League during this crisis. Or they are looking for a guardian angel to replace the units.

Restricted donations for this emergency can be made:
www.trioanimalfoundation.org
Trio Animal Foundation
516 North Ogden Ave., Suite 199
Chicago, IL 60642

Plus the location has lovable pets ready to go to their forever home. For more information on the Animal Welfare League or to adopt please visit www.animalwelfareleague.com. Please keep your “paws” crossed for these animals in dire need!

Stephanie KrolStephanie Krol can be best described as a mixed breed of a newshound and publicist in the pet industry. She has the ability to sniff out the latest lifestyle trends when it comes to pets. As a proud “pet parent” of three rescues Nigel (cat), Simon (dog) and recent addition of Nola (cat). Stephanie spreads the word of animal welfare every chance she gets. She is the board president of the Humane Society of Elkhart County and serves as a spokeswoman for the animal shelter along with volunteers for a variety of animal welfare initiatives. For details, please contact Stephanie at stephanie@skprmedia.com or www.skprmedia.com.

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